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Sergeant Major Tzvi Lev served in the Israel Defense Forces in a counter terrorism unit and serves in a reserve special forces recon unit. He is fluent in Arabic and is studying towards his bachelor's degree in Arabic and Middle Eastern studies


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Revealed: How Obama Stabbed Israel in the Back

Shortly before former President Barack Obama left the White House, he abstained from vetoing an anti-Israel UN Security Council resolution, something that all but ensured its passage. The resolution blasted Israel for building houses for its citizens in the West Bank, territory which was captured during a war with Jordan in 1967. In allowing the […]


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U.S. Changes its Policies Regarding the Israeli Golan Heights

In a first, in an annual report on human rights the Trump administration proclaimed that the Golan Heights is “Israeli-controlled,” reversing half a century-old policies that viewed the mountain range as occupied Syrian territory. Israel had captured the mountain range from Syria during the Six Day War in 1967, after years of suffering aerial bombardments […]


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Iran: Israeli Interference with Oil Shipments Will Lead to War

Iranian Defense Minister Amir Hatami warned that any interference from Israel regarding Iranian oil smuggling would lead to war. Hatami’s comments came after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said last week that Israel’s navy would step up its activities to thwart Iranian oil smuggling. The Islamic Republic has been attempting to export its oil, which […]


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In Deploying THAAD System in Israel, U.S. Sends Message to Iran

In a first, the United States deployed the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) missile-defense system in Israel this past week as part of a joint exercise between the two countries. During the drill at the Nevatim Israeli Air Force Base, troops from 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade and the 32nd Army Air and Missile […]


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U.S. Shutters its ‘Palestinian Embassy’

The United States closed its Jerusalem consulate that had long been viewed as its embassy to the Palestinian Authority (PA), the latest blow in the once healthy relationship with the Palestinians. As the U.S. does not officially recognize Palestinian as a state, it does not have an embassy in the PA’s Ramallah. As such, the […]


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MS-13 Targeting Off-Duty NYPD Cops at Their Homes?

The New York Police Department (NYPD) is worried that the violent MS-13 gang will soon start attempting to kill off-duty cops at their homes. “Intel has been obtained that members of MS13 are looking to ‘hit’ NYPD police officers, specifically in the Brentwood/Central Islip area, as well as possibly Patchogue in order to gain street […]


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With Indictment, is Netanyahu’s Reign Coming to a Halt?

In Israel, the words “Benjamin Netanyahu” and “Prime Minister” are virtually synonymous. Netanyahu has lead the Jewish State since 2009, the longest consecutive term in Israel’s history. During this period, Netanyahu has led a slew of initiatives that transformed him into one of the world’s most recognizable statesmen, despite leading a small country of only […]


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DoD Taking Action on Carcinogenic Chemicals in Drinking Water

The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has admitted that it allowed a firefighting foam to contaminate drinking water systems at military bases around the globe. As a result, tens of thousands of Americans were exposed to per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances, a group of synthetic chemicals known as PFAS, which have been linked to cancers, immune suppression […]


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Iran Planning Breakout for Nukes

The director of England’s MI6 intelligence agency reportedly visited Israel in secret last week, amidst concerns by both countries that Iran is restarting its nuclear efforts. According to a report by Israel’s Channel 13, MI6 chief Alex Younger touched down in Israel on Monday and held a series of meetings with Yossi Cohen, who heads […]


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Russian Court Extends Detention of Former Marine Charged with Spying

On Friday, a Moscow court extended to three additional months the detention of Paul Whelan, a former U.S. Marine facing espionage charges. Vladimir Zherebenkov, Whelan’s counsel, told the media that his client will remain in custody until the trial begins on May 28th. The judge’s decision to keep the Marine veteran imprisoned comes following a […]


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Iran Hacks U.S. Drones

On Thursday, Iranian media reported that the country had managed to penetrate the U.S. Army’s Command Center and commandeer several U.S. drones in Iraq and Syria. The revelation was announced by Brigadier General Amir Ali Hajizadeh, who commands the elite Iran Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC). “Seven to eight drones that had constant flights over Syria […]


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Court: Muslims Can Sue FBI Agents for Landing Them on ‘No Fly List’

A federal Appeals Court upheld a ruling by a lower federal court enabling Muslims to sue individual FBI agents who had placed them on the “No Fly List” as punishment for refusing to become informants. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan refused to re-open a 2018 decision allowing Muhammad Tanvir, Jameel Algibhah […]


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Putin Threatens to Retaliate Against the U.S. Should it Put Missiles in Europe

Russian President Vladimir Putin threatened to “target the US” if it deployed missiles in Europe following the United States’ decision to suspend Moscow’s compliance with the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF). Inked at the height of the Cold War back in 1987, the accord bans the U.S. and Russia from using medium- and short-range missiles. […]


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Turkey and the United States: A Tale of Jilted Lovers

For over seven decades, the United States saw Turkey as its key ally in countering Russian influence in the Middle East and the Balkans. From its vantage point bordering Bulgaria and other key eastern European countries, Turkey was traditionally viewed as a bulwark against Russian expansion. Turkey also sits on Russia’s strategic southern flank on the […]


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Insidious Informational Warfare

Jairo Sousa. Chandan Tiwari. Juan Javier Ortega-Reyes.  These are only three of the 53 members of the media that the “Committee to Protect Journalists” says were killed in 2018. Sousa was gunned down in June by two unidentified men on a motorcycle near his office in Bragança, Portugal, where he covered the local crime beat. […]


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Israel’s Wall and How it Thwarts Terrorism

Beginning in October 2000, Israel experienced one of the most devastating terror campaigns that any nation has ever faced. Determined to wrangle concessions out of the Jewish State, armed Palestinian militias attacked the Israeli population with a slew of suicide bombings and shootings that wreaked havoc on the country’s morale as well as its economy. […]


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China, Israel and the United States: Tension Among Allies

A recent crisis has been brewing between the United States and Israel that, if not contained, has the potential to fundamentally alter relations between the two countries. Unlike past standoffs, this face-off is unrelated to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict or the constant tension regarding Iran’s race towards nuclear capability that was rife during the Obama years. […]


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The Arab World’s Charm Offensive with Israel

In a dramatic change that is transforming the Middle East, Israel’s ties with moderate Arab nations are soaring while the Palestinian Authority finds itself cut off from its former patrons. Since Israel’s founding, it has faced relentless wall-to-wall opposition to its existence from the Arab world. Stemming from a mixture of religious factors and the Israeli-Palestinian […]


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The Russia-Israel Tango — An Analysis of Not-So-Blurred Lines

The past two months saw the dramatic collapse of what was one of the strongest strategic understandings in the Middle East. Ever since Russia started directly involving itself in the Syrian civil war back in 2012, an agreement reached between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has allowed both countries to […]


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How Russia Enabled Iran to Go Nuclear

On Sunday, Israel’s Hadashot News Company reported on a new Russian plan to help Iran skirt the looming U.S. sanctions on its oil program. According to the report, which was based off a document compiled by the Israeli Foreign Ministry, Iran will ship its crude oil to Russia for refining via the Caspian Sea. Russia will […]


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Hezbollah’s Cat-and-Mouse Game with Israel

Recently, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced that the Lebanese militia Hezbollah has been building factories in the heart of Beirut for the purpose of converting rockets into missiles with pinpoint accuracy, striking targets with centimeter precision. Waving photos of the sites during his speech at the United Nations General Assembly, Netanyahu blasted Hezbollah for […]


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How Russia and Iran Utilize Civilian Aircraft to Ferry Weapons

Iran uses civilian airlines to ferry weapons into Lebanon, confirmed a recent report by Fox News. Militant group Hezbollah is a recipient of these trafficked weapons. While this setup has long been suspected, the report indicated that Western intelligence agencies noticed Iranian aircraft flying to Lebanon via irregular flight paths. In one such flight, a 747 […]